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A New Series from the Center for Careers & Internships

Dear Faculty and Staff,

Please join us and encourage any students who may be interested.

February 14-15, 2014

Five alumni leaders –- a documentary filmmaker, senior executives at ABC, CBS, and Discovery, and a recent graduate at NBC — will be on campus on Friday, February 14 and Saturday, February 15 to talk about their career pathways and trends in the media and entertainment fields.  Students will have opportunities over the two days to explore the field, network, get advice, and hear about current jobs and internships.

The following alumni will participate in panels, information sessions, and professional-in-residence sessions, visit classes, and meet with students informally over lunch.

Richard Coolidge ’87 – Producer, ABC News
Katherine Davis ’87 – Producer, CBS’ 60 Minutes
Rick Holzman ’87 - Executive VP of Programming and Strategy for Animal Planet and Science Channel
Beth Levison ’91 – Documentary Filmmaker
Christine Schozer ’13 – Production Assistant, NBC Peacock Productions

A panel discussion will take place on February 14 from 5:00 – 6:15 pm in Axinn 229.  This conversation will be moderated by Timothy Billings, Professor of English and American Literatures.

Visit go/UpNext for a full schedule and panelists’ biographies.

UpNext is the new series from the Center for Careers & Internships that will provide opportunities for students to explore a variety of fields, meet with alumni leaders, and learn about pathways to success.

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Summer Research Symposium

Summer Research Symposium
Thursday, August 1, 2:00-4:00 pm
McCardell Bicentennial Hall, Great Hall

What have 90 Middlebury students been discovering and thinking about this summer?  Come to the Summer Research Symposium to find out.  Student research assistants, engaged in collaborative research projects with faculty mentors representing disciplines from philosophy to biochemistry, will present posters on their summer research from 2-4 pm on Thursday, August 1 in McCardell Bicentennial Great Hall.  The entire Middlebury community, friends, and families are cordially invited to learn from our summer research assistants about new discoveries, theories, and ideas; engage in stimulating discussions; and enjoy delicious refreshments. 

Visit go/summer to learn more about Middlebury’s Summer Research Program or contact Bob Cluss, Dean of Curriculum and Director of Natural Sciences, or Cheryl Whitney Lower, Coordinator of the Undergraduate Research Office, at for more information.